All-Ireland Hurling Final to be shown on big screen at the Gaelic Grounds

Limerick City and County Council have confirmed that the All-Ireland Final between John Kiely’s Limerick side and Galway will be shown live on a big screen at the Gaelic Grounds.

The Ennis Road venue has been given the nod after a week of talks surrounding the logistics of hosting such an event.

Tickets went on sale for the event online at 1pm today on but the site crashed due to the overwhelming demand.

Limerick play Galway in the All-Ireland Final at Croke Park on Sunday, August 19 at 3:30pm. Doors open at the Gaelic Grounds for the big screen showing at 12:30pm.

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  1. Anonymous on August 8, 2018 at 2:36 pm